Posts Tagged With: genealogy

Military Monday – USMC Pvt. William F. Cowart, A Case Study Part 2

The last few weeks I have been exploring USMC records related to the death of Pvt. William F. Cowart. Week one I gave a partial book review of Tarawa The Story of a Battle. This post brought up a lot of topics regarding USMC records for World War II and issues on which I believe […]

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Writing Wednesday – I Found My Writing Tribe

Early in January I joined another local writer’s group on MeetUp.com. This group meets every week for two hours and each person writes their own projects. At the end of two hours we gather together and talk about what we worked on, struggles we are having, plans for the future, and anything else we want […]

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Military Monday – Book Review “Tarawa The Story of a Battle”

I do a lot of work with the men who were Killed In Action, declared Missing In Action, or were unrecoverable or unidentifiable during World War II. I have read several books, blogs, articles, and spoken to people conducting research. This is the first book (I think) I have read by someone who was there […]

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